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Energy5 will find the best available State/Utility Incentives that would cover up to 90% of EV Charging purchase and installation costs. On top of that, we offer a 12-month financing option with 0% APR and monthly payment to help you cover the remaining 10%!

Learn more about State/Utility EV Incentives Programs available in the states we serve.

Utility Ev Incentives

Eversource Connecticut EV Charging Rebates are available for large and small projects, with rebates up to $250,000 for some projects. Eligible sites include workplaces, multifamily units, fleets, parking lots, government sites, and new construction. Underserved areas are qualified for 2x more rebate amount, so 2x more savings than other locations within the same state.

The United Illuminating Company of Connecticut Make-Ready Program provides businesses with up to 100% reimbursement of costs for the electrical improvements needed to support EV Charging and up to 50% reimbursement of installed electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). With Rebate and funding available for customers that install charging stations on Multi-Unit housing, Public Destinations, workplaces, and DCFC sites.

State Ev Incentives

The Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) dedicates $14,000,000 of funding from the Climate Mitigation Trust (CMT) to reduce the cost of purchasing and installing Level 2 EV charging stations. MassEVIP CMT funding is divided between three Charging Programs: $10M for Public Access (PAC), $3M for Workplace & Fleet (WPF), and $1M for Multi-Unit Dwelling & Educational Campus (MUDC). The Public Access Charging Program provides 100% of eligible costs at government-owned and 80% at non-government-owned locations. The WPF and MUDC Programs provide 60% of eligible costs for purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Grant applications for all three Programs are submitted online and will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are exhausted.

Utility Ev Incentives

Eversource Massachusetts is offering free make-ready (infrastructure required to install) for nearly 4,000 Level 2 ports at about 450 charging sites and about 70 DC fast charging ports at about 35 charging sites at commercial or multifamily properties. Eversource will also cover the cost of the charging equipment via a rebate for qualifying participants in environmental justice communities.

National Grid in Massachusetts (Massachusetts Electric Co.) is offering substantial financial rebates to cover the make-ready (electrical infrastructure required to install a charging station) and a portion of the charging station's cost. The Program is targeting the deployment of 1,200 Level 2 ports and 80 DC fast charging stations at about 140 commercial properties. National Grid will also cover the entire cost of the charging station via a rebate for qualifying participants in environmental justice communities.​​

State Ev Incentives

The Maryland Energy Administration EVSE Rebate Program offers a rebate of 40% up to $4,000 for the purchase and installation of a Level 2 ChargePoint Charging station. Businesses, MUDs, Workplaces, Non-Profits, and Government entities are eligible. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until rebate funds are exhausted.

Utility Ev Incentives

Delmarva Power/Pepco Workplace Charger Rebate Program offers a 50% rebate on equipment, warranty, and installation costs for eligible Level 2 chargers. Commercial businesses and nonprofits can receive up to $5,000 per L2 charging port, limited to a maximum of $30,000 in rebates for each of their properties. Rebates are limited and available while approved program funds last.

Delmarva Power/Pepco Multifamily Property Rebate Program will rebate 100% of the cost of eligible Level 2 charging equipment, 50% of the network cost, and 100% of the installation - up to $15,000 per charging station (limit of 2 charging stations).*Rebates are limited and available while supplies last.

Potomac Edison will rebate 50% of the combined cost of a ChargePoint commercial Level 2 or DC fast charging station and installation for use at a multifamily property. The maximum rebate is $5,000 per station.

State Ev Incentives

The New Jersey Clean Energy Program offers grants for EV charging projects at Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD), Tourism, or Fleet locations.

The MUD Program is designed to encourage owners and operators of MUDs to provide EV chargers for residents and guests. The MUD program includes $4,000 toward purchasing a Level 2 EV charger and $6,000 if located in an Overburdened Municipality. Applications for the MUD program are due June 2, 2023.

The EV Tourism Program is eligible for public locations such as boardwalks, parks, and overnight lodging establishments. The Program provides up to $5,000 for an L2 charger and up to $50,000 for a DC fast charger. Applications are due October 31, 2022.

The Clean Fleet Electric Vehicle Incentive Program supports local and state governments in transitioning their fleets to EVs. This includes $4,000 grants for purchasing battery electric vehicles, $5,000 for public Level 2 chargers, and $4,000 for fleet Level 2 chargers. Applications are due June 2, 2023.

The It Pay$ to Plug In LEVEL 2 Charging Program offers $4,000 for the purchase, installation, and maintenance of a Level 2 ChargePoint Charging station. Businesses, government entities, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and multi-unit dwellings are eligible. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until rebate funds are exhausted.

Utility Ev Incentives

JCP&L’s EV Driven Program is making electric vehicle adoption more accessible, convenient, and affordable in New Jersey through incentives for charger installations at homes, workplaces, multifamily properties, and communities. Receive incentives on purchasing and installing a qualified EV charging station and earn additional credits for smart charging.

PSE&G is offering up to $30,000 toward the behind-the-meter installation of commercial Level 2 chargers, up to $10,000 for the pole-to-meter utility service upgrades (if needed), and up to $100,000 per site for behind-the-meter installation costs for DCFC chargers or up to $50,000 of the pole-to-meter utility service upgrades (if needed).

State Ev Incentives

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) offered the Charge Ready NY Program to help public parking facilities, workplaces, and multifamily properties a significant savings of 35% - 80% on EV charging installation costs. As of September 2021, the Charge Ready NY Program has exhausted all available funding and no longer accepts new applications. More information can be found on NYSERDA's website.

Utility Ev Incentives

The EV Make-Ready Program provided by all investor-owned electric utilities in New York is offering rebates to cover up to 90% of the electrical infrastructure and installation costs for customers to install commercial charging stations. This includes AC Level 2 and DC fast charging stations for the workplace, public, multifamily, and fleet applications. Utilities also offer an annual incentive to offset the cost of operating public DC fast charging stations.

Central Hudson's EV Make-Ready Program wants to help you achieve your transportation electrification goals and reduce the upfront costs of building electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. Take advantage of over $21M Available from Central Hudson to cover Make-Ready (electrical infrastructure) costs for L2 and DCFC charging projects. Certain sites are eligible for an up to 100% incentive tier if they meet certain criteria.

ConEdison PowerReady Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure Program provides business and municipal customers with installation and funding support for installing approved Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Certain sites are eligible for an up to 100% incentive tier if they meet certain criteria.

National Grid NY's Make-Ready Program allows customers to take advantage of over $200M Available in Rebates from National Grid NY for Make-Ready costs (electrical infrastructure) for L2 and DCFC charging projects. Certain sites are eligible for an up to 100% incentive tier if they meet certain criteria.

NYSEG's Make-Ready Program allows customers to take advantage of over $103M Available in Rebates from NYSEG and RGE for Make-Ready costs (electrical infrastructure) for L2 and DCFC charging projects. Certain sites are eligible for an up to 100% incentive tier if they meet certain criteria.

Orange & Rockland's EV POWERREADY EV Program allows entities seeking to install or participate in the installation of Level 2 (L2) and/or Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) chargers to earn incentives that will offset a large portion of, or in some cases, all of the infrastructure costs associated with preparing a site for EV charger installation. Certain sites are eligible for an up to 100% incentive tier if they meet certain criteria.

PSEG Long Island's Electric Vehicle Make Ready Program may (depending on location) cover up to 100% of eligible make-ready costs of either Utility-owned equipment, including step-down transformers, overhead service lines, utility meters, and other traditional distribution infrastructure; or Customer-owned equipment that includes conductors, trenching panels for stations, and other customer-side equipment.

RG&E's Make-Ready Program allows customers to take advantage of over $39M in rebates from RGE to cover Make-Ready (electrical infrastructure) costs for L2 and DCFC charging projects. Certain sites are eligible for an up to 100% incentive tier if they meet certain criteria.

State Ev Incentives

The PA Driving Forward Level 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rebate Program offers up to $4,500 for publicly-accessible charging projects. Rebates can be applied to project costs directly connected to equipment acquisition, installation, operation, and maintenance. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program funds are exhausted.

Utility Ev Incentives

PECO's Level 2 Commercial EV Pilot Program will support the deployment of Level 2 commercial vehicle charging stations in its territory. The Program has total funds of $1.5 million and will provide projects with up to $2,000 per charging port or 50% of eligible installation costs, up to 20 ports. PECO offers an increased rebate of $3,000 per port or 75% of make-ready cost in Environmental Justice Areas.

The PECO Pilot Discount for Fast Charging Infrastructure offers a 50% discount on rates for up to 36 months when you install Fast Charging Infrastructure at a public or workplace fleet location.

Call our Incentive Advisor for a free, detailed and up to date consultation on available incentives in your area. Please have your ZIP Code Ready. (856) 412-4645

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Frequently asked questions

All 50 states in the USA offer incentives or tax credits for owning an EV or EVSE (Electric Vehicle Service Equipment) purchase and installation, which includes all types of electric car charging stations. To get more details about available electric car charging incentive programs in your state, fill up our quick contact form, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Multiple states offer electric car incentive programs covering up to 100% of equipment and installation costs that can be as high as $100,000 for a Level 3 DCFC. The total amount of money one can receive depends on such criteria as:

  • Type of electric car incentive program (state or utility);
  • Type of applicants' eligibility (businesses or government entities/non-profit organizations);
  • Type of EV charging station (Level 1, Level 2, or Level3);
  • Type of property (multifamily, public, workplace, government sites, fleets);
  • Type of project (EV charging station improvements or EVSE purchase and installation);
  • Type of funds limits (the maximum percentage an incentive program can cover and available funds at the moment of application);
  • Type of distinctive electric car incentive requirements (that differ from state to state).

Some states qualify EV charging station incentives as taxable income, while others don't. Federal and state tax legislation differs throughout the US. We can't advise on applicable individual or business income tax and recommend referring to an accountant for more details.

There are 2 general categories of applicants eligible for electric car incentive programs: commercial entities and government/non-profit organizations. 

 

Commercial businesses include small-, medium, and large-size companies: hotels, restaurants, gas stations, supermarkets, shopping malls, hospitals, health centers, golf clubs, universities, churches, wellness & fitness, business centers, production, auto dealerships, apartment & condos, etc. Government entities include non-profit organizations, educational institutions, federal and state agencies, cities and municipalities, etc.

EV charging station tax credits are federal incentives that allow eligible applicants who install, purchase or upgrade their EVSE to deduct a portion of expenses from their annual tax application. For instance, The Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax credit offers a 30% tax credit for businesses to reduce the amount of taxes they owe by the end of the year.

 

EV charging station incentives are federal or state programs that cover EVSE purchase and installation costs for commercials and government/non-profit organizations. Incentives have fund limits from which money is distributed and strict deadlines. Some electric car incentive programs can make up for 30%-100% of EVSE costs or offer a fixed incentive amount covering the EV charging station project's financials.

To claim federal tax credits or electric car incentives for EV chargers, you must browse the available programs by state. You can find the options online, choose a state or utility electric charger incentive program, and read about its eligibility criteria. Once you decide which program meets your business needs, you must complete an online application. Remember that applying for incentives requires uploading multiple documents and having information about your EV charger project. It implies a pre-installation, installation, and post-installation checklist. Failure to provide these documents can result in application rejection or cancellation.

 

If you need help choosing and applying for incentives, submit an online request. Our experts will contact you as soon as possible and provide all the essential details regarding available incentives in your state.

No, you can apply for electric car incentive programs only once per year. That's why you should ensure your application meets the program's requirements to avoid possible rejection.

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Energy5 EV Charging solutions comprise a full range of end-to-end turnkey services for businesses. From permitting to incentive acquisition to installation, management software, and down-the-road maintenance, Energy5 streamlines the whole process every step of the way.
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Address
300 W Somerdale Rd, Suite 5, Voorhees Township, NJ 08043
Email address
hello@energy5.com
Phone number
(856) 412-4645
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